Spring 2008 · Vol. 37 No. 1

Faith and Learning

From the Editors: Faith and Learning

John D. Friesen

John H. Redekop

2–6

The “Word” in Deed: Mennonite Brethren Attitudes Toward Faith and Learning

Gay Lynn Voth

7–18

The Passionate Intellect

Jens Zimmermann

19–37

Secularity, Psychology, and the Mennonite University

Alvin Dueck

Kevin Reimer

Lisa Finlay

38–49

A Reflection on a Spiritual Pilgrimage, or “What UBC did to me and for me”

John H. Redekop

50–59

Temptations Facing the Christian Academic

Elmer Thiessen

60–70

Distinctively Christian Mathematical Instruction: A Hopeful Imagination

Tim Rogalsky

71–81

Why I No Longer Apologize for Reading With Faith

Sue Sorensen

82–90

The Integration of Athletics and Faith

Lawrence Ressler

91–102

God’s Design: The Arts as a Way of Being Human, Learning Truth, and Doing Justice

Rosie Perera

103–110

Teaching Within and Between Two Worlds

Dean E. Peachey

111–121

Ministry to Mennonite University Students in British Columbia, 1950-2006

John D. Friesen

122–131

Ministry Compass

Entering the Wreckage: Grief and Hope in Jeremiah

Chris William Erdman

132–137

Recommended Reading

Learning and Faith: A Select Classified Bibliography

Vic Froese

138–142

John L. Ruth,

Forgiveness: A Legacy of the West Nickel Mines Amish School

Larry A. Dunn

143–45

Donald B. Kraybill, Steven M. Nolt, and David L. Weaver-Zercher,

Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy

Larry A. Dunn

143–45

Ted Peters and Martinez Hewlett,

Can You Believe in God and Evolution? A Guide for the Perplexed

Glen Klassen

146–47

ed. Mark D. Baker,

Proclaiming the Scandal of the Cross: Contemporary Images of the Atonement

Richard Rawls

148–49

John Rowell,

To Give or Not to Give? Rethinking Dependency, Restoring Generosity, and Redefining Sustainability

Mark D. Baker

149–50

Hermann Gottlieb; trans. by Victor G. Doerksen Mannhardt,

The Danzig Mennonite Church: Its Origin and History from 1569–1919

Peggy Goertzen

150–52

Seth Godin,

The Dip—A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit and When to Stick

Janita Rawls

153–54

Current Research

Vic Froese

155–162